This morning Feadship launched their latest superyacht, Project 1009, now named Bliss. The 94.75-metre yacht has been launched in Makkum, the Netherlands where she has been undergoing her final completion, following her move there in September 2019. Photo: FeadshipThe new Feadship De Vries superyacht features exterior design by De Voogt, the shipbuilders in-house naval architects, while her interiors have been penned by Rémi Tessier. Bliss sports a diesel-electric hybrid propulsion system, which has been designed and engineered by her naval architects.Photo: FeadshipHer owner has been thoroughly involved throughout the design process of the fully-custom superyacht. Feadship project manager, Albert Abma, comments, “Feadship is renowned for offering a unique experience to owners who wish to become personally involved and, in this case, the client embraced every opportunity to play a role. He also thoroughly enjoyed meeting the craftspeople and learning about our processes at the yard. Bliss really is a Feadship built with as well as for her owner."Photo: FeadshipHer interior is characterised by high ceilings throughout and includes nine staterooms. She features large lounge areas and a spacious gym and wellness area.
Bliss' deck spaces are complete with a large pool, a helideck which can be converted into a full sports and game deck and much more.
The superyacht has been built to Polar Code standard and has a range of 6,000 nautical miles when cruising at 12 knots, for the ultimate exploration experience.Photo: FeadshipThough Bliss' build process has been very private, some shots of her during her transportation from Papendrecht to Makkum in 2019 revealed elegant lines, with large exterior spaces, a flush foredeck and a swimming pool on her main deck.